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Partisan is open in our new space in Islington Mill, but we’re also still running some events in the space on Oldfield Road.
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Where: Partisan Collective, Islington Mill, 1 James Street, M3 5HW
When: Saturday 6th May, 2-10pm
The dancefloor energy is in safe hands with all the acts we have playing our first bank holiday day party.
Bombard Groove are a Manchester based collective, showcasing sounds spanning the world’s genres. Their own Vice City Soundtrack will be bringing selections that are guaranteed to get you wiggling!
Now residing in Manchester, Ayy Den is a first generation Eritrean-Canadian. Having been raised on a diet of hip-hop, reggae, dancehall, soul pop and house music, her influences are far reaching. As a DJ, her sets are an eclectic bass led mix of UK Funky, Jersey Club, Garage, Grime, Footwork and beyond. Always exciting and most importantly always fun!
Kiss Me Again have been throwing their own LGBTQ+ dance parties in Manchester for the last seven years. Unearthed classics and brand new bangers flow seamlessly within their twisting and turning sets. If their legendary parties at Soup and The White Hotel are anything to go by the vibes will be unmatched. There is a special sense of community around KMA that brings an extra layer of warmth.
One of the co-founders of Shifting Spheres, a collective for women, trans and non-binary DJs. Mystique is a Manchester based DJ and producer with a no-boundaries approach to club music. Known for her genre-bending mixes rooted in the sounds of Berlin, Detroit and the UK, their sets are curated to harvest energy and stimulate partygoers to move.
There will be a limited supply of toasted sandwiches available to order at the bar.
Last entry for advance ticket holders will be 5pm. Tickets will be available on the door according to capacity.
The venue is wheelchair accessible and has a disabled toilet.
Partisan aims to be a safer space. As such, harmful and discriminatory behaviour is not tolerated. As a cooperative, Partisan is democratically owned by its members, and is shaped by everybody through what we say and what we do. If you are challenged or feel threatened, speak to someone wearing a Partisan t-shirt or anyone behind the bar; they are there to help.
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